Check out what previous students have created
NM 420 | Jon Nelson
An ultrasonic sensor creates a simulated wind in Unreal.
Pilchuck 2018 | Elizabeth Waugh
Stateless Vessel is a piece about African migration on the Mediterranean.
NM 420 | Cynthia Bozarth
The Secret Code Game is an interactive code finding game using uv lights, an ir remote and Processing.
Pilchuck 2018 | Yi Wei
Electrolyte explores the technical use of glass and electroforming.
NM 420 | Chelsea Childers
Pick a color from the led and see it move across the LCD screen.
Pilchuck 2018 | Jorge Palacio
Abuela uses electroformed glass to project a video and turn on an LED.
NM 420 | Daniel Estes
Use a barcode scanner to change the color of RGB LED's.
Pilchuck 2018 | Jeanene Bailey
Touching the different electroformed glass casettes plays different audio files through Processing.
NM 231 | Skylar Von Blarcom
A mask with LED eyes lights up as it responds to sound.
A motion tracking head swivels to follow the viewer.
NM 420 | Alex Nielsen
A fan lightly moves embroidered grass blades and roots.
Pilchuck 2018 | Ho-Wan-Ut "Haila" Old Peter
A cedar basket woven in the Puget Salish Native American tradition is electroformed.
NM 420 | Kirsten Clauer
A photoresistor, a piezo buzzer, and a slider all work together to create a trombone based on light.
Pilchuck 2018 | Ofir Smudjak
By touching the copper on the electroformed glass instrument, the user plays sounds from the Pilchuck campus.
NM 420 | Caleb Spradlin
The Arduino uses a flex sensor to determine whether the user says rock, paper, or scissors... and then decides how to beat the game.
Pilchuck 2018 | Chris Hoffman
Ruben's Tube Theremin visualizes sound waves through speakers, sensors, and fire.